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Gifts in a Bottle

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Looking for a unique gift that won't break the bank? Try a gift in a bottle. All of these gifts fit nicely inside an empty drink or food bottle:

FOR KIDS

Color-By-Number Bottle

Color By Number Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler

Print a big stack of color-by-number pages, and add a set of colored pencils that are all sharpened and ready to go.

Coloring Pages Bottle

Coloring Pages
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Print lots of coloring pages; roll them up, and add crayons.

Origami Bottle

Origami Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler

Roll up several small bundles of origami paper (they'll fit in the bottle better than one big bundle), and include instructions for several origami projects.

Paper Airplane Bottle

Paper Airplane Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler

Print out the plans for a variety of paper airplane designs. Then, roll them up, and insert them in the bottle.

Paper Dolls

Paper Dolls Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler
Print out a paper doll, and all of her fabulous accessories. Then, tuck them inside a bottle with crayons or markers. Add yarn and googly eyes for even more fun.

Friendship Bracelet Bottle

Friendship Bracelet Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler

Fill a bottle with brightly colored skeins of embroidery floss. Tuck in the instructions for a few different friendship bracelet designs.

Jewelry Making Bottle

Jewelry Making Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler
Stick some elastic string or cording inside a bottle. Then, fill it to the top with beads.

Water Balloon Bottle

Water Balloons Bottle
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Pick up a couple packs of water balloons at the dollar store, and stuff them inside a bottle.

Balloon Animal Bottle

Balloon Animals Bottle
Photo © Erin Huffstetler

Turn a kiddo on to balloon twisting by filling a bottle with balloons and balloon animal instructions – everything they need to get started.

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